When Tijani visited the SecureID Limited facility in Lagos, Nigeria—the first accredited smartcard manufacturing facility in sub-Saharan Africa—he raised awareness of this.
The minister’s visit’s main goal was to familiarise himself with the capabilities of SecureID Limited, a business that is certified by Visa International, Mastercard Incorporated, Verve, GSMA, GH-Link, 9001/2015, Card Quality Management (CQM) and has remarkable experience using cutting-edge machinery for smartcard personalization and manufacturing in Nigeria and 21 other African countries.
Tijani gave his impressions of the plant during the visit, stating: “I am incredibly impressed by SecureID Limited’s innovative technology and commitment to quality. My confidence in the ability of regional businesses to make a substantial contribution to the digital transformation of our country has been strengthened by this visit. To make sure SecureID Limited prospers and contributes to Nigeria’s digital future, we will cooperate.”
The minister was given a glimpse of SecureID Limited’s extensive capabilities in producing high-quality, secure smartcards and digital solutions by Tijani, who took him on a thorough tour of the facility. This gave him firsthand insight into the company’s manufacturing plant and adherence to international quality standards.
Kojo Akinkugbe, Managing Director of SecureID Limited, also gave her thoughts on the visit, expressing excitement for the company’s future cooperation with the government and its beneficial effects.
It was a privilege to have Minister Tijani visit our facility. His visit is an indication of our appreciation for our hard work and devotion to making sure Nigeria’s digital environment is both technologically cutting-edge and safe. As we continue to be a key player in the nation’s digital transformation, we look forward to a mutually beneficial cooperation with the government,” she stated.